Fri, March 12, 2010
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Low-carbon World Expo

2010-03-12 14:23:32 GMT2010-03-12 22:23:32 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

The photo taken on March 12, 2010 shows the Sunshine Valley, bringing natural light and fresh air into Word Expo Axis in 2010 World Expo Site, east China's Shanghai Municipality. A series of pavilions of 2010 World Expo are designed and constructed with the idea of "Low-carbon World Expo". (Xinhua/Cheng Qianjun)

The photo taken on March 12, 2010 shows the Vanke Pavilion built with straw-board walls in 2010 World Expo Site, east China's Shanghai Municipality. A series of pavilions of 2010 World Expo are designed and constructed with the idea of "Low-carbon World Expo".(Xinhua/Cheng Qianjun)

The photo taken on March 12, 2010 shows the China Aviation Pavilion with double-layer walls bringing in fresh air in 2010 World Expo Site, east China's Shanghai Municipality. A series of pavilions of 2010 World Expo are designed and constructed with the idea of "Low-carbon World Expo". (Xinhua/Cheng Qianjun)

The photo taken on March 12, 2010 shows the Infomation and Communication Pavilion built with recyclable boards in 2010 World Expo Site, east China's Shanghai Municipality. A series of pavilions of 2010 World Expo are designed and constructed with the idea of "Low-carbon World Expo". (Xinhua/Cheng Qianjun)

The photo taken on March 12, 2010 shows the Private Enterprise Pavilion, which gives a "rainbow exterior" under the sunshine, in 2010 World Expo Site, east China's Shanghai Municipality. A series of pavilions of 2010 World Expo are designed and constructed with the idea of "Low-carbon World Expo". (Xinhua/Cheng Qianjun)

The photo taken on March 12, 2010 shows the Sunshine Valley, bringing natural light and fresh air into Word Expo Axis in 2010 World Expo Site, east China's Shanghai Municipality. A series of pavilions of 2010 World Expo are designed and constructed with the idea of "Low-carbon World Expo".

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